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    Default Air Horn on C. Got any photos?

    I want to install an air horn on my C and can't figure out where I want to put it. Got any photos?

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    No pics , can't see it anyway in place where stock unit was . I spaced the radiator out about 1/4 of an inch on top to make room
    2008 c109rt . wolo air horn, gman tre, gman bully ,kuryakyn cruiser pegs, tsukayu jumbo strong bags ,tsukayu 6x9 bat wing , LED head light, driver backrest, k&n air filters, m109 tach, and electric cruise control ahhh !

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1r View Post
    No pics , can't see it anyway in place where stock unit was . I spaced the radiator out about 1/4 of an inch on top to make room
    Which one did you buy? Did you have to make a special mount?

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    The Wolo Bad Boy , no special mount as I recall . Other then spacers for top radiator bolts . I ran the wire from stock horn plug to a 30 amp relay that's placed behind the frame cover used stock - on the horn .i don't have crash bars so mounting locations seemed limited without it being somewhere out and highly noticable .I would have that I would of easly found a spot on a bike that big to hid one but the more places I looked at putting it the less spots I found that would work
    2008 c109rt . wolo air horn, gman tre, gman bully ,kuryakyn cruiser pegs, tsukayu jumbo strong bags ,tsukayu 6x9 bat wing , LED head light, driver backrest, k&n air filters, m109 tach, and electric cruise control ahhh !

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1r View Post
    The Wolo Bad Boy , no special mount as I recall . Other then spacers for top radiator bolts . I ran the wire from stock horn plug to a 30 amp relay that's placed behind the frame cover used stock - on the horn .i don't have crash bars so mounting locations seemed limited without it being somewhere out and highly noticable .I would have that I would of easly found a spot on a bike that big to hid one but the more places I looked at putting it the less spots I found that would work
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    I have a nautilus dual tone air horn, I mounted it to the frame on the left side (by the radiator) using a 1 1/2" clamp (chromed of course). I don't have a pic with me, but I can take one when I get home (I took the cage today) and post it for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemiarty View Post
    I have a nautilus dual tone air horn, I mounted it to the frame on the left side (by the radiator) using a 1 1/2" clamp (chromed of course). I don't have a pic with me, but I can take one when I get home (I took the cage today) and post it for you.
    Same here. Mounted to the frame with a P-clamp just above the shifter.
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    Thanks for the help guys.

    I was able to mount a Wolo 419 Bad Boy in place of the factory horn, without spacers on the radiator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie1 View Post
    I want to install an air horn on my C and can't figure out where I want to put it. Got any photos?

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    Mounted mine on the highway bar using a P-Clamp
    Save some money and don't buy the Chrome Wolo, it will 'de-chrome' in a year.

    I would by a cheaper one and paint it black with plasti-dip. If it gets banged up, peel it off and paint it again.

    Try this horn, looks no different
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/170996686542...84.m1438.l2649

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    http://i544.photobucket.com/albums/h...atuksia108.jpg
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    I bought some chinese copy airhorn and here´s where I mounted it. I took the horn part away from the pump part and after that the horn fits in its original place.
    As you can see the pump fits nice under the right side panel. I routed the plastic hose under fuel tank. I didn´t have to move the radiator anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1800 View Post
    http://i544.photobucket.com/albums/h...atuksia108.jpg
    http://i544.photobucket.com/albums/h...atuksia106.jpg
    http://i544.photobucket.com/albums/h...atuksia111.jpg

    I bought some chinese copy airhorn and here´s where I mounted it. I took the horn part away from the pump part and after that the horn fits in its original place.
    As you can see the pump fits nice under the right side panel. I routed the plastic hose under fuel tank. I didn´t have to move the radiator anywhere.


    Nice Handi-work

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    Nautilus dual tone compact air horn Click image for larger version. 

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    '08 C109RT Black and Silver, Show Chrome heated grips, National Cycle hand deflectors, Speedo Visor, Nautilus Air horn, GMan TRE, GBushing, GMan Riser Extender, Corbin heated touring saddle, Cobra Fatty highway bars, Kuryaken highway pegs, Sage Brush engine guard chaps, more mods to come with $$

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    Default Who on the board makes the wiring harness for the Strebel?

    I remember reading in a thread somewhere that someone on the board makes a wiring harness for the Strebel. Does anyone remember who it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schneid View Post
    I remember reading in a thread somewhere that someone on the board makes a wiring harness for the Strebel. Does anyone remember who it is?
    Rynosback has made them for the M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ace4aday View Post
    Rynosback has made them for the M.
    Ahhhh thats right! Thank you. Awesome speedo mod, where did you find that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemiarty View Post
    Nautilus dual tone compact air horn Click image for larger version. 

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    Mine is the same as this but the Chrome one. Mine is mounted in the same place with the same type of 'P-clamp'........ Just looked back, I suggested this is where you mount yours....glad it worked out for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schneid View Post
    Ahhhh thats right! Thank you. Awesome speedo mod, where did you find that!
    I had Webslinger design it before he passed. There is a new guy doing them, but I haven't seen too many examples of his handy work yet. See this thread: https://www.m109riders.com/forums/sho...ghlight=speedo
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1r View Post
    No pics , can't see it anyway in place where stock unit was . I spaced the radiator out about 1/4 of an inch on top to make room
    I did the same thing with mine, worked great.

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    I bought a two piece air horn. Mounted the compressor in the tool compartment and mounted the horn under the passage floor board. Nice clean install. All electrical connections and compressor is protected out of the elements.
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